April 05, 2017 : new content – degree of polarity
February 07 , 2017 : Developing the unequal hemispherical sphere model
February 01 , 2017 : Commenced new page currently under construction
This topic has proved the most elusive during my research into WRC. As the title itself suggests, it being a ‘palindrome’ one finds it increasingly difficult to tie down a definitive list of characteristics that can be applied to male and femaleness. This conundrum is compounded by WR himself when he assigned maleness to the generative half of the cycle and femaleness to the radiative half of the cycle. This cannot be correct, as WR himself later describes the division process as separation into two anode conditions. Both conditions can’t be true ! So, rather than rambling through all the various permutations of characteristics and properties I will cut straight to the chase.
Keep in mind that the purpose of this description is to lay a foundation to apply to device design. If devices are constructed with sexed paired geometry then an understanding of M/F geometry is vital.
Making a pair of identical coils to interact in some way seems at present to be more of a homo-sexual union rather than a reproductive union.
Polarity arises as a result of the disturbance to Stillness. Nature utilises this polarised condition as the potential gradient which motivates all expressions of matter into motion. Our sensing is designed to detects certain aspects of this motion. We then build our reality as an interpretation of those electrical impulses. Polarity implies division into a positive/negative condition, yet WR describes the division process as a positive/negative/positive distribution. How is this possible, and how does this new perspective effect our strategy for coil/device design ?
In its absolute simplest form, maleness is a condition who dominant characteristics are to the outside.
If one can imagine an underground water carrying pipe. The exterior surface of the pipe would express maleness, holding back the soil/earth from entering into the pipes center. The inside surface of the pipe would then express femaleness by directing the water to the desired location and shielding it from leaking out. One can also say that maleness is defined by centripetal motion, whereby density increases towards the center, and space is shifted to the outside.
This makes males more rod (solid) like !
Femaleness on the other hand, is dominated by centrifugal motion. Density is thrown towards the outside, and space fills the inside. This implies femaleness is more nebulous and ethereal (soft curvature). If maleness is represented by a hard solid sphere, then femaleness may contain the same quantity of ‘matter’ but this matter is distributed over a larger area, more like a bubble.
The important point here is that the starting condition has two possible places to commence motion. Either from the compressed seed to express an outward centrifugal motion (female) or starting from the expanded rim to express an inward centripetal (male) motion.
To accumulate space on the inside doesn’t just mean greater distance between bodies of matter, but must also include an expanded nuclear conditions.
We can now assign the condition of femaleness to the valley/trough. It appears as if the male/mountain condition has been turned inside-out. This is not quite the case. This valley/trough condition is the other WR anode condition. The cathode lies between these two anode expressions.
Needless to say, when the volume of the male mountain is united with an equal volume valley then they lose their individual character and thus their expression.
I highlighted this internal/external polarity arrangement in this blog article.
This will have important implications in how coils are designed and polarised. It is important to realise that neither of these conditions (mountain projection nor valley depression) are radiative conditions ! They are clearly both positive and generative. The radiative half of the cycle is the decaying half of the entire cycle. This is where both the mountain and the valley decay thereby losing their individual character. Male and female physical bodies are each made up of male positive anodes and female positive anodes. They differ only in the distribution (internal/external) and hence their functionality. Every biological function employs the presence of both male/female character in a dominant or passive role. They need each other in order to express their own individual character.
Take for example the common hip (ball and socket) joint. The ball is a positive external male anode, while the socket is the positive internal female anode.
You can not describe the socket as a decaying ball joint !
Anode interacting with anode but NOT external apex to external apex.
Notice, there is indeed apex/apex interaction, but the male contributes an external apex, while the female provides an
internal apex !!!
Degree of Polarity
This electric universe comes into manifest as a result of division which generates a divided thus polarised condition. Polarisation implies two. Electricity is the force which keeps these two opposite poles apart. The stronger that electric force the further the expression will manifest away from the ground inert gas condition.
One can ‘see’ that if during the growth of the physical body a large current/electric potential develops, then one can expect a clear polarised condition will be achieved. In term of the human body, it becomes clear that obvious differences between the sexes exist, as a result of inert condition being electrically polarised in opposite directions.
With the example of the alpha male above, if his physical body is expressed at the anode, then the cathode is NOT the female expression but the inert gas condition at their mid-point. The Cathode is therefore the inert ground condition. Remember, the alpha female is generated at the opposite anode !
This is why the division process produces two anode conditions. Now, the question is can we say that an oscillating pendulum expresses maleness in one half of it amplitude, returns to zero and then expresses femaleness in the second half of the amplitude ?
WR teaches that although man’s pendula creates a homogeneous, symmetrical oscillation, Nature’s motion introduces a dynamic aspect into her oscillations.
The division process means that compression is always accompanied by expansion. As potential is accumulated on one side of the fulcrum divide its lever shortens, which immediately lengthens the lever on the opposite side of the fulcrum so that a dynamic balance is maintained.
In short we can say that Nature’s pendulum shifts the fulcrum into an oscillatory motion !
Shifting the fulcrum in this creates two simultaneous conditions. A hot compressed condition and a cold expanded condition. This is what polarisation means, to divided a homogeneous balanced condition into a positive/negative balanced condition. You can thinking of motion as follows. Within the 2D Thinking Mind metaphysical universe the fulcrum remain perfectly central , but in the physical universe of motion, then that motion is induced because the fulcrum is in constant oscillation.
When that degree of polarisation is not so strong then the M/F divide is not so obvious. By degree of polarisation I mean the electrical force applies to force the two opposite apart is less than maximum.
In order to understand the specific geometry of the anode/cathode, let’s take a leap of faith and define the Earth and indeed any other physical spherical body as follows. The spherical core IS the male seed expression. This is surrounded by the female womb mantle expression which holds and protects the inner male seed.
Therefore maleness can be thought of as solid spheres, while femaleness may be defined as the geometry (almost a hollow sphere) which surrounds this solid physical seed condition.
In the case of the Earth, the female mantle surrounds the male core, while in the case of the sun with its apparent exposed male core, is held within the womb of the surrounding space.
Now, our task is to show how this geometry is possible from the WRC perspective ? How penetration is achieved during union and then apply this Knowledge to device design. As WR teaches nothing is what it seems because spheres seem to be constructed as follows.
The way to read Fig : 1 is as follows.
B+/B- are not two separate hemispheres. They are one spherical body but are unusual in that they have unequal north/south hemispheres. North of the equator is very compressed while south of the same equator is quite expanded.
These two apparently different dimension are one physical spherical body but have been divided into two unequal halves. A compressed top ‘hemisphere’ and an expanded lower ‘hemisphere’.
This is the type of motion is indicated above in Fig : 2, whereby motion within the physical universe is only possible because the central dividing fulcrum is shifted to maintain balance between two unequal distributions of potential.
We must think of every sphere as a positive core AND the surrounding negative mantle. The division process creates the top hemisphere of the core AND the bottom hemisphere of the mantle in one direction. With the complimentary core/mantle halves manifesting from the opposite direction. Union between opposed forces are required to complete the entire sphere.
Fig : 1 is a union of opposed spheres. A+/A- are one unequal (balanced) distorted sphere, while B+/B- is the opposed unequal (balanced) distorted sphere.
Now, if we apply this ‘unequal hemisphere’ to the ball/socket hip joint we can assign the geometry is a new way.
We can assign the ball as the positive spherical core and the pelvic socket + femur as the negative surrounding mantle. A negative potential does always have to mean nebulous and diffuse, but can be applied to an expression with less defined spherical character.